Keeping up to date with accessible events post Disabled Access Day
Now that Disabled Access Day is over for 2016, how do you stay up to date with accessible events and activities? Well, as part of a venue’s registration process, we asked them to register on Euan’s Guide, the disabled access review website and app. Through Euan’s Guide, venues can add all of their accessible events and we’ve been encouraging venues to get listing what’s coming up.
Take a look at some of our favourite accessible events over the coming months:
National Theatre, London, Saturday 7th May, 2:30pm.
Based on Mark Haddon’s award winning novel, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott, this rave reviewed production is a must see this spring! The performance is based around a young boy with Asperger’s Syndrome or as the character, Christopher, describes himself ‘someone who has Behavioural Problems’. Christopher discovers that his neighbour’s dog has been murdered and sets about getting to the bottom of the mystery. A fantastic cast, an imaginative set and action packed performance – you’re sure to have a great time!
Find out more about the British Sign Language interpreted performance and how to book tickets on Euan’s Guide.
Doncaster Museum, Doncaster, Sunday 15th May, 1:00pm.
The Doncaster Museum tells the story of the town from the end of the last Ice Age right up until present day. Visit them on 15th May and join their Dementia Friendly tour, afterwards you can join the team for a cup of tea and handle some of the museums original reminiscence artefacts.
Find out more about the event and how to book on Euan’s Guide.
Theatre Royal, Nottingham, Saturday 21st May, 2:30pm.
If you’re a fan of the childhood classic Chitty Chitty Bang Bang then this is the event for you! No matter what your age, this fun filled musical will have everyone flying high. The performance on Saturday 21st May will be audio described, BSL and captioned performances will also be available during the run at the Theatre Royal.
Find out more about the event and details on how to book over on Euan’s Guide.
Royal Yacht Britannia, Edinburgh, Sunday 12th June, 09:30am.
Join the team on board the iconic Royal Yacht Britannia on 12th June to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday. If you visit The Royal Deck Tea Room, you will be treated to a special menu which includes some of the Queen’s favourites from Chocolate Perfection Pie (who wouldn’t want a bite!) to a Dubonnet Cocktail – there’s sure to be something for everyone! If you’re lucky enough to share the same birthday as the Queen then you can hop on board for free (just bring along some identification!).
Find out more about the event and the additional celebrations on board over on Euan’s Guide.
Various venues in Edinburgh, August 2016.
The world famous Edinburgh International Festival returns to the city in August with a whole range of exciting cultural events! Four venues across Edinburgh will be putting on accessible performances as part of the programme, which includes audio described, captioned and BSL interpreted performances. For the full programme of accessible events and to find out how to book, take a look on Euan’s Guide.
This is just a taste of some of the fab accessible events that are happening over the coming months. Follow Euan’s Guide on twitter and keep checking back on the website for more accessible events!